R1-089/2020: Area 3 Waitemata Area 4 Auckland City Area 5 Counties-Manukau - CPR Guidelines for Patients/Guests at Managed Isolation and Quarantine Facilities
The following procedure has been put together by the Ministry of Health and applies to guests/patients being managed within a Quarantine or Managed Isolation Facility.This procedure is the same procedure that we adopted early on in the pandemic with non-ventilated CPR.
R1-088/2020: Area 4 Auckland City - Bi-Annual Physical Competency Assessments (PCA)
Physical Competency Assessments (PCAs) will start on Monday 08 June 2020 at Balmoral Fire Station.
R1-087/2020: Area 4 Auckland City - Mel Johnson (Welfare Officer) Station Visits
Hopefully by now most of you will have heard of or maybe even met Mel Johnson, our Te Hiku Region Welfare Officer.
R1-086/2020: Area 3 Waitemata - PCA
Timetable for the PCA practice runs to be held at Takapuna station.
R1-085/2020: Area 5 Counties-Manukau - Water Restrictions
Auckland has experienced a long dry summer with far less rainfall received than normal resulting in reduced storage capacity in the Hunua and Waitakere water storage dams. As a result Auckland’s water supply situation is becoming more severe.
033/2020: Trial evacuations and training programmes
Please note that changes to the Fire and Emergency New Zealand (Fire Safety, Evacuation Procedures and Evacuation Schemes) Regulations 2018 came into effect today.
032/2020: Resumption of scheduled training
Please note the approach to scheduled training courses when they restart on 2 June.
R1-084/2020: Area 4 Auckland City - Clarification for Auckland City Fire Area Personnel
Operational Instruction No. 7 was issued on 13th May to provide guidance on how we will operate safely during Covid-19 Alert Level 2. The guidance below was included in this notice.
031/2020: Medical Response – Update to CPR
Action - G2 SOP-A COVID-19 Medical Response - Change to CPR procedure has been amended to allow for resumption of airway management for patients where there have been no respiratory symptoms. This Notice replaces 027/2020 Medical Response Update to CPR.
R1-083/2020: Requesting a Specialist Fire Investigator
Please see attached document for criteria for calling a Specialist Fire Investigator (SFI) to an incident.